Definition of Flit:
flutter, move rapidly
Synonyms of Flit:
Sentence/Example of Flit:
Were I of less girth I would flit through the window and fall upon my knees at your feet.
Among the branches flit birds, and winged genii like little cupids.
She saw a dark shadow flit over Musa's face: was it as the ship's lantern swayed in the slow swell of the sea?
She saw a pained look flit over the countenance of the visitor, and administered the only panacea she possessed.
She profited by the moments indecision to flit swiftly out of the ghostly arcade toward the avenue.
Yes, truly; I would have your lips seek mine, as two doves flit to the same nest.
The boat will leap over laughing waters and flit home, as the muskawk to its lair when the sun dies.
The sun fills the garden with a golden beauty, in which the butterflies flit from flower to flower over the dead.
Never were seen men and women so strange as flit across this stage.
Might he not flit me at least to the Land of the Glittering Plain?